January 2024:  The Biden-Harris Administration and the U.S. Department of Education encourage borrowers to enroll in the Saving on a Valuable Education (SAVE) Plan.  They are exploring more loan forgiveness and debt relief options to those enrolled in the SAVE plan.  Information and new developments will be emailed to those currently in repayment, and also posted to




October 2023: repayment begins.  For information about restarting payments after the COVID-19 payment pause go to




June 30, 2023: The U.S. Supreme Court found the One-Time Student Loan Forgiveness Plan to be unconstitutional.

The Biden-Harris Administration has stated that it will explore other strategies to provide relief to federal student loan borrowers, such as a new repayment plan – the Saving on a Valuable Education (SAVE) Plan – to reduce monthly payment amounts.  As the new strategies are developed, they will be posted to


August 24, 2022: The Biden-Harris Administration and the U.S. Department of Education (ED) announced loan forgiveness plans of up to $20,000 for prior Pell Grant recipients and up to $10,000 for all other loan borrowers. To be eligible, borrower’s annual income must be below $125,000 (individuals) and $250,000 (married couples/head of households).  

 Borrowers can view their loan balances and check their Pell Grant status by logging into their Federal Student Aid account online at 

Questions?  Go to One-Time Student Loan Debt Relief ( 


It is awesome here at the FDLTCC Education Program because it is like a family here, if you need help or are struggling with anything, you have quite a few people who will help you out.

I chose FDLTCC because of its size and the curriculum. When I first came here in 2019, I was just looking for what I needed to volunteer, perhaps in a crisis shelter. I met with Don Jarvinen, and the rest is history.

My favorite thing about FDLTCC is the people. I’ve met fantastic students, faculty and staff who go above and beyond what I expected.